MUSKEGON, Mich. (AP) — A nationally acknowledged gospel singer will start providing church providers in downtown Muskegon this yr.
Bishop Marvin Sapp, of Lighthouse Full Life Middle Church, bought the previous St. Jean Baptiste Church from the Catholic Diocese of Grand Rapids, MLive (http://bit.ly/2jfFhat ) reported.
A begin date for the providers wasn’t introduced, however Sapp posted on Fb and Twitter that they are going to be held on Sundays at three p.m. It’s unclear whether or not or not he’ll officiate providers.
The one hundred sixty-yr-previous church in downtown Muskegon has been closed since April 2015 because of the want for in depth repairs. Diocese of Grand Rapids spokeswoman Annalise Laumeyer stated no repairs have been accomplished because the constructing’s closure.
On Monday, the Catholic Diocese of Grand Rapids introduced that it bought the church to Sapp. The acquisition was finalized Tuesday, and included the rectory subsequent door to the church. Plans for the rectory weren’t disclosed.
The information group’s request for remark to Lighthouse Full Life Middle wasn’t instantly returned.
Info from: The Muskegon Chronicle, http://www.mlive.com/muskegon